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Essay | Compare and Contrast of Hamlet Vs. Macbeth

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Compare and Contrast of Hamlet Vs. Macbeth

Summary: William Shakespeare's two famous plays "Hamlet" and "Macbeth" are both named after the main characters in the play. Mutually, Hamlet and Macbeth are classic examples of Shakespearean tragic heroes. In most tragedies the hero suffers, and typically dies in the end. Thought both plays, Hamlet and Macbeth can certainly be compared and contrasted as tragic heroes.
William Shakespeare's two famous plays "Hamlet" and "Macbeth" are both named after the main characters in the play. Mutually, Hamlet and Macbeth are classic examples of Shakespearean tragic heroes. In most tragedies the hero suffers, and typically dies in the end. Thought both plays, Hamlet and Macbeth can certainly be compared and contrasted as tragic heroes.

Towards the beginning of "Hamlet," Shakespeare presents a supernatural occurrence. The ghost of Hamlet's father appears to tell a revealing story. In Act I, scene I, the ghost appears in front of Horatio. Unsure if the spirit is good or evil, Horatio questions it in fear. "What art thou that usurp'st this time of night Together with that fair and warlike form in which the majesty of buried Denmark did sometimes march? By heaven, I charge thee, speak." Hamlet acts upon the appearance of the ghost. If...

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